Does BLM And DHS Really Have Snipers?

BY Herschel Smith
2 years, 11 months ago

It has been reported on several news outlets that the Bureau of Land Management has deployed “snipers” against Cliven Bundy over cattle.  I haven’t weighed in on whether Bundy has a case or not, and I won’t.  But I wanted to comment for a moment on this notion of government “snipers.”

They aren’t snipers in the sense of the word that I use.  When Daniel was in the Marine Corps he had a friend named [name redacted] who was a Scout Sniper.  All MOS 0311 Marines have to qualify at 500 yards with iron sights.  Daniel scored highest in his Battalion every year he was a fleet Marine.  He also went to Designated Marksman school, where he learned many of the same shooting and sighting techniques that [name redacted] did.  He was a DM in spite of the fact that he was a SAW gunner because he was such a good shot.

But as for [name redacted], he went to the entire Scout Sniper school, and one incident he shared with me involved him crawling in a ghillie suit for endless hours to target, and he inadvertently crawled on top of a red ant hill and had to endure being bitten hundreds of times by red ants in order to keep from giving away his position.

Hey, here’s a note to the idiot LEO who believes that American hunters aren’t good enough to cull deer (if the state of New York calls them in and asks them to kill all bucks less than 6 points to control herd size), and so a SWAT team needs to be called in.  And the same note applies to the supposed BLM “snipers.”

You aren’t really snipers.  Not really.  You might be wearing fancy tactical gear, and your bosses might have bought you really expensive Night Force scopes, and really nice bolt action rifles, and you might wear some fancy patches on your sleeves.  But the likelihood is that your just a middle age or old man who goes home and watches sitcoms at night.

Go qualify with a rifle using iron sights at 500 yards for starters, and then come back and tell me you’re a “sniper.”  I know how to sight a rifle in too, and what BDC means.  Perhaps you even believe that heavy objects drop faster than light ones because, you know, you work for the DHS rather than having taken college physics like you should have.  You may be a better shot than I am, but with the same gear I’ll bet not by much.

I have one final note concerning this report from The Blaze.

Claiming that all other options have been exhausted, the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. National Park Service responded to Bundy’s inflexibility on the issue by calling on federal agents and contract cowboys to restrict access to the public land and to confiscate Bundy’s “trespass cattle.”

I belly laughed when I read this report.  You’re having to pay “contract cowboys” because you don’t really know anything about animals, do you?  No, really.  You seriously don’t know anything about animals?  You call yourselves Bureau of Land Management and not a single one of you knows how to ride a horse or handle cattle.  How disgusting and ridiculous.

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Paul B

Scout sniper is some really cool stuff. A BLM shooter would not even make it to washout stage. While I know a few cops who take the shooting stuff seriously, most don’t.


Bundy holds all the legitimate cards. I looked into how the BLM can claim to control land that does not come under the constitutional “forts, post offices, and other needful buildings”, all that the US government can control AFTER they purchase the title to them.

The US government has no title to the land in question, they never have had such.

Therefore, they have no jurisdiction of any kind there. When the attempt to assert such, they are acting as outlaws, and under ancient common law, we know how outlaws may be treated.

Thomas Mc Cormick

They do too have a title; the title to those lands is in the Library of Congress; the land in question was bought from Mexico in 1848. Bundy actually doesn’t have a leg to stand on, especially considering that he has abused land that is BEYOND the original property in question, to include Lake Mead Recreational Area, which is a public park. Bundy is legally wrong, the BLM is constitutionally and procedurally wrong.

Pat Hines

No, there is no title to that land held by the US government. The US government obtained a treaty wherein Mexico agreed to cease claiming sovereignty over that land. The US government obtained sovereignty, that is it could lawfully defend that land from invasion from external forces. Both the Louisiana Purchase the Alaska are other examples of the same thing.

In order to hold title to that land, the US government would have to use their constitutional authorization for obtaining title, and buying empty land isn’t authorized at all.

Treaty is the key word here.

Thomas Mc Cormick

The sovereinty land is farther east; the US actually BOUGHT the west coast.

Pat Hines

No, the US government did NOT “buy the west coast”, that would have been unconstitutional. At the time, the US government was still, at least giving lip service, obeying the Constitution.

While I could quote you the authorization line in the Constitution that prohibits such land purchases, I’ll let you find it on your own. It will be a good educatioin for you.

The essence of it all is that the US government cannot buy large tracts of land because it wants it to be a part of the United States. That is not an authorized power.

Therefore, your assertion fails.

Thomas Mc Cormick

No large purchases of land? Then please explain the Louisiana Purchase prior to the Mexican War, and the Alaskan Purchase after? The aforemention war was fought over the previously agreed to sovereignty grant, which is most of TX, AZ, OK, and stretches of CO, UT, and ID. After the war, the US was in military control of even more property, and offered to buy the remaining land out to the Pacific Ocean, to which the Mexican government agreed, as it was already too much trouble to police this expanse.

Pat Hines

Are you having difficulty reading what I wrote?

The Louisiana Purchase, the 1848 Purchase, and Alaska were all Treaties, not land purchases.

Perhaps you also can’t read the US Constitution, which explains in detail exactly what the US government may purchase for for what its purchases may be used.

I’m not going to explain this again, this is the third time. We’re done here if you can’t understand plain English.

Zane Smith

You’ve got to be joking me. We bought the French lands in the Louisiana Purchase Bonaparte had no interest in the Americas and wanted to focus on conquering livable land for the French and I. Order to fund a huge war you need money money the US had and was willing to spend in order to expand its territory.

Pat Hines

There’s no provision in the US Constitution that grants the power to the US government to buy large tracts of land and claim ownership of it. What they did to get around that is to sign a treaty and pay the French to sign it and never attempt to claim sovereignty again.

The US government never held title to any of the land, only sovereignty over it, the two are not the same thing.

Zane Smith

There is precedent the Louisiana Purchase is a treaty which Congress has power to initiate if that means the passing of land to the federal government is a clause within that treaty then it is constitutional. In addition Article 4 section 3 clause 2 states that the federal government has the authority to manage lands and territory thus legitimizing the BLM ‘ authority and the government’s claim to the land. In addition squatters rights is not acceptable on the US which is the only claim Bundy has asserted outside of claiming the Bundy family owned all the land outright which he does not as the law at the time stated homesteads could not exceed 160 acres he has no legitimate claim to the land meanwhile the government has treaties and constitutional authority over lands that it oversees thank you come again and please use not your anti government seditious heart as an argument

Pat Hines

The Article of the US Constitution you referenced supports exactly what I stated, here it is: “all needful rules and regulations respecting the territory or other property belonging to the United States”

None of the land within either the territory of Louisiana nor Alaska belonged to the United States, that is to say the US government did not own the land. Further, as soon as a state within those lands was admitted to the United States, it took full sovereignty over the lands within its borders, the US government no longer having any assertable authority over it at all.

The lands the Bundys, and many more families in the west, have used for generations are NOT legally controlled or legitimately owned by the US government at all. Certainly the US government can’t charge rent in the form of fees for land it does not own.

That means all of the ranchers in the west, not just Cliven Bundy and family, should cease paying anything to the US government for land use, unless title to that land is held by some party.

Zane Smith
Again you need to look at the Constitution of both federal and state in 1864 the Nevada State constitution also gave all public lands to the government with the Disclaimer clause please continue to tell me how yielding sovereign rights over land does not give authority to the federal government. You can question the constitutionality of the purchase but if that were the case Nevada would fall under Mexican jurisdiction and I’m damn sure they would consider him trespassing as well. So let’s review with fact 1. The constitution grants Congress to make treaties 2. Treaties can be used in many ways from open borders to ceasefire even to land purchases or land rights won through wars 3. The constitution allows the addition of new states into the union whether through annexation of foreign lands like in the case of Texas or within territories 4. The constitution grants the government authority on land management 5. In the Constitution of Nevada in order to become a state all public land that was not already owned was put under the steward of the government. I have stated my facts with legal binding documents you only have the anti government I don’t recognize… Read more »
Zane Smith


Pat Hines

A treaty must be “in pursuance thereof” to be lawful. Again, there is no authorization for the BLM to exist once a state is formed from territories over which the US government has sovereignty. Sovereignty is not ownership. For that, the US government must purchase the land from either a private owner or a state’s government.

Almost none of the land claimed for control by the US government in Nevada or the other western states is lawfully controlled.

It’s a fiction which the US government has maintained for well over 100 years, it’s like the fiction claimed by Abraham Lincoln that the United States government is older than the states that created it as their agent.

Zane Smith

The only thing needed for a treaty to be lawful is the ratification and funding of the treaty the state we bought it from is the Foreign country of France and Mexico. The states have no right to federal land because as I’ve said multiple times they must waive their right to any non private land this is the Disclaimer clause in the state constitution. You have no facts backing you educate yourself and try again until you break my argument of constitutionality of treaties and state constitution you will never have the upper hand

Pat Hines

You have proven nothing. I expect the western states will again exercise their ownership of all non-private lands within their borders, thus proving you wrong in public.

That’s happening in Utah right now, I’d guess that Idaho and Nevada will do the same soon.

Zane Smith

It doesn’t matter what psycho militias and anti government people think the overwhelming majority of people recognize the federal government’s authority in land disputes when concerning public land. There are laws and you must follow those laws or pay the price. I pay my fishing license every year yet you don’t see me claiming ownership of Lake Havasu or the Colorado River as my very own plot of land and any fish in there essentially mine. Were I a logger I’d pay my logging fees the timber overseen by the Forestry Service is not mine I can’t just go into the woods and chop down a forest. There are procedures and laws all supported by the court the constitution and Congress the only things that do matter. What the Oathkeepers may want is not necessarily what the People want and certainly not what the constitution states as just cause for going against the government

Thomas Mc Cormick

Yeah. It’s called the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Some of us have done more with our lives than start a blog and pretend to be journalists.


And thus your silly veneer of respectful, calm, cool, detached professionalism has been lost. Thanks for cooperating.



Good luck on your history degree. It seems there’s a fair bit of study time in your future in an effort to unlearn your misconceptions.

Also, I really hope you’re able to find some mundane job with your History education. Most History majors go on to teach, because that’s about all those degrees are good for. I sure as hell wouldn’t want you spreading your propaganda to fertile minds.

Thomas Mc Cormick

You’re a very rude person. Does your brother know that you talk like this to and about his fellow Veterans? And actually, most people I know with History degrees work in a museum, or down the road at the West Point Archives. I pity you. I pray that someday you will learn to see past the end of your nose. What non-mundane six figure job do you have?


Perhaps most people you know work in museums and archives. But most people in general, with history degrees, go on to teach. There’s nothing wrong with mundane jobs, and I do hope you go that route, or any other route than academia.

My brother shares my opinions. You seem to be taking this personally. I’m not making an attack, I’m making pragmatic, correct observations. Pull your idealogical blinders off.

Finally, I have a mundane six-figure job as a software engineer. A job I make interesting and non-mundane through my passion for the work and the contribution to society my employer provides. Not that that’s any of your business.

You only think I’m “rude” because you’ve chosen to get your jimmies rustled. You’ve chosen that because your opinions and positions are wrongheaded and indefensible.

Ryan Lacheen

Good thing we all still follow ancient common law and not, like, actual laws that exist right now.

Pat Hines

You really don’t understand what I wrote, do you?

I am talking about current law, you know, the US Constitution which is law.

Yes, really.


My first (and only, so far) carbine school, our long-distance shot was a 40lb propane tank at 230 yards. That tank is 12″ x 25″, about the same size as a man’s torso. I felt pretty damn lucky to hit it on the second shot, as I could barely see the thing (using a $25 1x red dot sight). I can’t possibly imagine seeing a target at 500 yards, let alone hitting anything, without magnified optics.

I congratulate your son and his comrades (and thank them for their service).

FYI, you missed the best part – the 1st amendment zones setup by the BLM.

Steve Bragg

Maybe there is some hope:

“I don’t even want to be here. Do you think my grandfather’s proud of me? You think I like this? You think this is fun for me?”

— unnamed BLM Ranger having to enforce this nonsense. According to the Washington Free Beacon.


That government employee doesn’t “have” to enforce anything. He is free to walk away and find honest labor. He is so gutless he doesn’t.


Such a good point that hits home. These folks want to be toy soldiers.

Thomas Mc Cormick

And there I think you’re wrong. A lot of Fed Agents join these jobs because they promise job security, a good paycheck, and service to your country. Many of these agents are, like me, prior military. We get extra points and incentive to join these agencies. A really big incentive is time already spent on certain skill sets that are, frankly, useless in the civilian sector. after spending 5, 7, 10 years in the Army as an Infantryman or Special Operations Soldier, do you really wanna work for Walmart?? I feel sorry for that agent. Betcha he’s resigning as soon as he’s able.


And “frankly”, your skill sets should be utterly useless as a federal agent. Why in the hell would we want former soldiers flooding out civilian LEO ranks and making use of prior combat experience? We, the people, don’t. We don’t want that and we don’t want you.

America isn’t Afghanistan and her citizens aren’t your hajjis to trample, intimidate and otherwise persecute.

You’re part of the problem. My brother spent hard time in the sandbox and doesn’t feel the need to carry his M249 around the homeland. Go get a degree like him and contribute to society instead of abusing and scaring the shit out of it.

Thomas Mc Cormick

No, my friend, people like you are the problem here. I have a degree. I am contributing to society. I don’t work for Uncle Sam anymore, though i know people who do. I can tell you honestly that where the disconnect really occurs is that civilians, like you, have this preconceived notion in your head about ‘who’ veterans are, what we are like, what we experienced during our service. And those conceptions are largely innaccurate. We aren’t loose cannons- Rambo’s First Blood was just a movie. We would never willingly trample over anyone. We have rules of engagement that vary from situation to situation and we learn to be flexible because of those disparate variations. Did you know that i had to take classes in the Army about probable cause, the Miranda rights, and proper search procedures? That our instructors for these classes were civilian LE professionals? We had to follow these rules in Iraq, we couldn’t just. Run wild and shoot everything that moved. Talk to vets, learn about us before you discriminate against us.

“No, my friend, people like you are the problem here.” I’m not your friend, and I’m no one’s problem. I have and seek no authority over other humans. I do not wish to raid homes, steal and destroy property or violate constitutional rights or civil liberties. “We aren’t loose cannons- Rambo’s First Blood was just a movie.” I never claimed veterans are loose cannons, and I’ve never seen that movie. “Did you know that i had to take classes in the Army about probable cause, the Miranda rights, and proper search procedures?” Yes, I did know that. This is also completely irrelevant. “We had to follow these rules [, probable cause, the Miranda rights, and proper search procedures] in Iraq.” No you didn’t. That’s a lie. “… we couldn’t just. Run [sic] wild and shoot everything that moved.” No one is claiming you “ran wild” or “shot at everything that moved”. No one. You’re creating very many straw men. “… learn about us before you discriminate against us.” I’m not discriminating against veterans, and know a good many. I am claiming that combat experience is not relevant to civilian policing, and the practices and skill sets involved in armed combat… Read more »
Thomas Mc Cormick
Says the loud mouthed ideologue who basically just inferred that I am a war criminal. Your inferences, which is where I extrapolated my assertions that you, and many Americans like you, view veterans as loose cannons who enjoy trampling on peoples’ civil liberties, are not at all “straw men”. You contradict yourself. On the one hand, you say that you don’t think of us as loose cannons who do those things and then two sentences later: “I’m also claiming that our civilian LEO ranks are now filled with veterans who did, in fact, trample the liberties of “civilians” in Iraq and Afghanistan… and have transferred this behaviour and thinking to their new jobs in America.” That’s just asinine. You display quite a bit of prejudice- in fact, you have talked (written) down to me throughout this entire conversation, based on nothing more than the fact that I am a Veteran who has a dissenting opinion. How much do you really think you know about the war in Iraq? I spent three years there. I helped train their police; so YES, Miranda rights, probable cause, and forensics were the order of the day. If you don’t think that those skills translate… Read more »
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Dick Dagger

You people are retards BLM has no snipers. Since when is a semi auto AR with an ACOG a sniper rifle? Show me ONE photo of a BLM sniper!

As for BLM administering grazing,Try reading something called the Taylor Grazing Act. You know it’s just a law passed by congress.

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